Palm Beach Post: State may try to recover Digital Domain incentive money

The Palm Beach Post reports: After its largest cash-for-jobs flop, Florida’s economic development agency is asking state lawmakers for $500,000 to pay attorneys to pursue incentives paid to Digitial Domain Media Group. The agency, now known as the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity, paid $20 million in cash to movie effects company Digital Domain in four installments in 2009, 2010 and 2011.

Department of Economic Opportunity spokeswoman Carolyn Gosselin declined to comment on the state’s chances of success.

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